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2015-01-02 23:01:47

The New Year is the busiest time of year for drug and alcohol treatment programs.

2014-12-31 23:01:34

With the New Year 2015 approaching, the Narconon Arrowhead rehab facility releases a new message about drug use, addiction and recovery. Canadian, Oklahoma (PRWEB)

2014-12-30 23:04:30

The Council on Alcohol and Drugs in Houston, Texas, will sponsor two events in January featuring Mary Woods, CEO of WestBridge Community Services, who will share the newest findings in treatment

2014-12-30 12:24:20

Park Bench Group Counseling, a leading substance abuse treatment program in New Jersey, joins the Elements Behavioral Health family of treatment centers. LONG BEACH, Calif., Dec.

2014-12-29 23:02:34

Substance abuse can spike during the holidays and accompanying New Year due to loneliness, anxiety and stress.

2014-12-29 23:00:18

On Saturday December 20, Best Drug Rehabilitation staff and clients sang carols to residents of the Green Acres nursing home in Manistee, Michigan, in order to spread some holiday warmth and cheer.

2014-12-24 23:03:40

The latest teen drinking statistics released by the National Institute on Drug Abuse disclose that among teens in this country alcohol consumption and cigarette smoking is down, with a slight

2014-12-18 23:08:15

Approved online continuing education company announces addition of new course for healthcare providers.

2014-12-18 08:28:49

In light of a recent study demonstrating the connection between adolescents' use of anti-anxiety and sleep medications and subsequent prescription drug abuse, Novus Medical Detox Center calls for parental

2014-12-17 23:03:37

State-of-the-art drug rehab facility is a hidden oasis that helps patients relax, detox, and re-learn life skills necessary to support a healthy lifestyle. FORT


Word of the Day
dwale
  • The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
  • A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
  • To mutter deliriously.
The word 'dwale' comes from an Old English word meaning 'error, doubt, delusion.'
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